The Hollywood community reacted with shock and sadness late Wednesday over the sudden loss of James Gandolfini, who died at the age of 51 of a possible heart attack. He was a genius. Anyone who saw…
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Great Gatsby Distributor: Warner Bros. It don't mean a thing if it…
Whatever headaches Richard Greenberg might be having, what with this month’s closing of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” on Broadway and next month’s opening of “Far From Heaven” at Playwrights Horizons, he…
Watch out, “Wicked” witches, here comes “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella,” a heavyweight contender for those precious audiences of little girls who attend the theater in princess gowns and…
Like the forensic lab in which it's set, Oriol Paulo's debut, "The Body," is darkly fascinating, full of secrets and highly polished, if also a little too clinical for comfort.
Stellar performances, but the play's characters are stuck in an M.C. Escher engraving, plodding up and down stairs and getting nowhere.
NBCUniversal has extended its deal with Adam Fogelson, keeping the Universal Pictures chairman under contract through 2014.
A wicked Midwest satire with razor blades stashed beneath its bright candy-apple surface.
Tom Cruise may be turning his attention to Paramount's "One Shot" now that he's wrapped New Line's "Rock of Ages," but Universal is moving ahead on its own Cruise pic, the sci-fi epic formerly titled…
"Lysistrata Jones" is a slyly contrived "High School Musical" for adults, lubricated with gallons of Grecian formula.
The mansion on the hill is disturbingly askew and the young girl who lives there has an unnerving self-possession.